Alibi Volume 23, Number 31
July 31, 2014
The Food Editor dallies on the dark side
Can Ty Bannerman’s integrity be purchased for a bag of free crap? Yes. Yes it can.
From drugs to baseball to home invasion, test your New Mexico news savvy with the Alibi pop quiz.
From Texas to Colorado, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
Sci-fi love story speculates there’s more to life than meets the eye
Indie filmmaker explores science and spirituality in the eyeball-obsessed I Origins.
The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema at South Broadway, Movies Under the Wings at the Nuclear Museum, and Christo is documented at the Albuquerque Musem.
“Extant” on CBS
Steven Spielberg offers up overly familiar sci-fi with CBS’ Knocked Up In Space series, “Extant.”
Reality goes fantasy with “The Quest,” Wrestlemania turns 30 and Syfy gives us Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda
August March continues his exploration of Albuquerque’s music history in the second installment of “A History of Rock in Burque.”
Whether you’re craving avant-jazz, evolved punk or heavy metal, Music to Your Ears has deets on the hottest shows of the week. Now with A/V!
This week, we listened to new releases from Jenny Lewis, Aaron Freeman aka FREEMAN and Morrissey. Now with A/V!
Bubonicon 46 gets bigger, better and brainier
Filk your heart out at Bubonicon 46, Burque’s own sci-fi convention stuffed to the gills with authors, panels, costumes and more.
Superstar environmental artist Christo comes to Albuquerque in August—here’s what you need to know.
From cray-cray to twerk, the English language changes every day. But is the Totes Ridictionary the right book to guide us through?
The virtues of an early-morning shop
Ari LeVaux luxuriates in the morning variety of the Corrales Market.
ARIES (March 21-April 19): If a farmer plants the same crop in the same field year after year, the earth's nutrients get exhausted. For instance, lettuce sucks up a lot of nitrogen. It's better to plant beans or peas in that location the next season, since they add nitrogen back into the soil. Meanwhile, lettuce will do well in the field where the beans or peas grew last time. This strategy is called crop rotation. I nominate it as your operative metaphor for the next 10 months, Aries. Your creative output will be abundant if you keep sowing each new "crop" in a fertile situation where it is most likely to thrive.